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« Reply #25 on: December 13, 2022, 18:17 »
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I would welcome again the free LR and PS, although their subscription price doesn't break the bank.

The only app I used from the extended app package I have, is the Encoder, since it offers the option to preserve the native 10 bits for clips.
Without it, I would be forced to fall-back on 8 bits codecs, and that may be a loss for certain customers.
Buying all Adobe apps, when only the Encoder is useful to me doesn't make sense.


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« Reply #26 on: December 14, 2022, 09:45 »
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As one of the lucky ones to receive the whole package benefit, this would be a HUGE help in the current economic situation, please please please Adobe - same again this year??!!

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« Reply #27 on: December 17, 2022, 02:45 »
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So it's back to Photoshop CS6 for me it seems....! I use Photoshop way too rarely to justify a subscription most stuff I do directly in my favorite image browser (which is not Lightroom btw). I have this old paid Photoshop version and the retouching features are basically still the same, the only thing I need from Photoshop from time to time.

« Reply #28 on: December 17, 2022, 03:53 »
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So it's back to Photoshop CS6 for me it seems....! I use Photoshop way too rarely to justify a subscription most stuff I do directly in my favorite image browser (which is not Lightroom btw). I have this old paid Photoshop version and the retouching features are basically still the same, the only thing I need from Photoshop from time to time.

I envy you. I used to have an old paid photoshop version as well and that is basically all I need. I also don't use lightroom.
Unfortunately it started to cause hiccups with my computer and I had to deinstall it. Took me forever to find out that it was the cause of it. Sadly I need photoshop scripts and I haven't found a suitable substitute for it, but as soon as I do, I am also out of the crappy subscription model.

« Reply #29 on: December 20, 2022, 11:05 »
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I need PS/LR for daily work and rely heavily on plugins sucha s LRTimelapse so there are no alternatives for me there.

However ive spent the last month learning Resolve Studio as a potential Premiere/AE replacement and it has to be said im starting to much prefer it.  No monthly subscription.

Chances are i'll continue paying for LR/PS but wont pay for any video or other packages and will migrate.


 

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